AWS Attendees Built The Longest LEGO GBC Build Ever Done In The City Las Vegas

At AWS re:Invent 2017, we helped AWS attendees build the longest LEGO Great Ball Contraption ever done in the city of Las Vegas.  It was made up of 84 individual modules and contained over 48,000 LEGO® pieces.  We also provided a Pinewood Derby Track, where attendees could race LEGO® vehicles for prizes.  Check out what they created:

Here is the entire LEGO GBC Run

Pinewood Derby with LEGO® Materials


Experiencing LEGO® KidsFest with Play-Well

We love being a part LEGO® KidsFest.  If you have never been to LEGO® KidsFest, it is one of the best LEGO experiences there is.  It’s even better than LEGOLAND in our opinion.  For families who haven’t experience it, we created this walk-through video of the Dallas LEGO® KidsFest to see if we can capture a glimpse of what it is like.  See if you can spot us at the end of the video running the LEGO Technic Booth.  For more information about LEGO Kidsfest, visit  We hope to see you at an event soon!

Tipping Over Our Tallest LEGO Tower Ever

Our students in Fort Collins, CO built one of our tallest LEGO Towers ever in just over an hour. It was approximately 20 ft. tall. We needed to take it apart at the end of the day, so we figured the easiest way was to tip it over. Here is what happened in slo-motion.

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Channel 12 News Visited Our Play-Well Engineering w/LEGO Camp

Channel 12 News in Arizona visited one of our Play-Well Engineering with LEGO programs to talk about upcoming educational summer camps for kids. They got to get the kids’ perspective on why it’s pretty awesome learning about the world of engineering with 20,000 pieces of LEGO.

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Play Well This Summer!

Play-Well Featured on Paris News Station

With the release of the LEGO Movie in France, a local Paris News Station visited one of our Engineering with LEGO Classes. Our awesome Paris Manager, EJ Keller, talked about what our students can accomplish with a huge amount of LEGO and what can be accomplished when you work as a team. For more information on our programs in France, visit:

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